Tuesday 03 March 2015

today's weather Today's Weather
Further showers, merging to give long spells of rain, sometimes thundery and turning wintry too throughout the afternoon and in to early evening.

Tonight's Weather
It will be another cold night with a mix of clear spells and more wintry showers, which will mainly affect northern areas, and will be well scattered elsewhere. Lowest temperatures of minus 1 to plus 2 degrees, with frost and icy patches developing. Windy at first, but the southwest winds will ease off overnight.

 

today's weather Tomorrow
A chilly start to Wednesday with some frost and ice in places, but it will be a bright start to the day with just a few scattered showers in the west and north. It will become cloudier in the west with outbreaks of light rain and drizzle later in the afternoon. Highest temperatures tomorrow of 6 to 9 degrees in moderate westerly winds.

3 Day Outlook
General: Temperatures will see a significant rise later this week, both by day and by night. A lot of dry if rather cloudy weather is expected, with just small amounts of rain.

Cold early Wednesday night, with some frost in eastern areas. Lowest temperatures zero to plus 3 C. But frost is likely to clear late in the night, as temperatures rise a little, with a moderate to fresh south to southwest breeze developing. Clouds increasing also, with some coastal drizzle in western areas.

Thursday will be a breezy rather cloudy day, with fresh southwesterly winds. Some light rain and drizzle will affect Atlantic coastal areas, but it should be dry elsewhere with a few sunny spells at times ? these probably best in eastern areas. Top temperatures 9 to 11 C. Relatively mild and dry overnight, with just scattered patches of mist and drizzle here and there. Lows of 4 to 7 C., are expected.

Friday will be mostly dry with a mixture of sunny spells and cloudy, misty periods. Top temperatures 10 to 12 C., in moderate to fresh southwesterly breezes. Mild overnight, so no frost. But some patches of drizzle and mist, mainly in Atlantic coastal areas.

Temperatures will be in double figures on Saturday, with values of 10 to 12 C., generally, but as high as 13 or 14 C., in a few places. Mostly dry, with occasional bright or sunny spells, but still a lot of cloud about and some rain is likely along the north and northwest coasts in the evening and overnight.\nTemperatures will be in the low teens on Sunday too. A little drizzle is possible in western areas, but it should be largely dry elsewhere, with a few sunny breaks here and there.